The easiest way to generate detailed documentation of your database.
All tables, procedures, functions, triggers, user-defined types are listed in detail.
We support some 40 popular database. Unlike anyone else on the market, with Documenter you can even document your non-relational databases.
Our Session Wizard guides you through the process of setting up connections and choosing database to be documented.
Navigation is easy - besides the intuitive main navigation,you can follow extensive links from any object to all related objects.
Our biggest advantage is the fact that we support a huge number of popular database formats. We don't use slow and buggy ODBC drivers (though we support that if you need it). Instead, we spent time to implement native, fast and reliable communication for each database format. And - we can synchronize changes from non-relational data, something no other products do.
We are communicating with each database server using its native protocols and examine the database structure. For file-based databases we wrote our very own high-performance drivers allowing us to read files directly.
Unfortunately, you can't (at this time). Documenter is going to be a part of SQL App in the near future.
Unfortunately, no. Documenter is going to be a part of SQL App in the near future.
Absolutely. Send an email to support, tell us which timezone you're in and describe what is it you need to achieve. One of our devs will get in touch.
If you're looking for exhaustive list of features in the application, here you go.
Some 40 database engines supported directly with no drivers needed
If we don't support your database directly, we provide ODBC connection you can use (practically all databases provide ODBC driver as a fallback)
Database objects listed depend on the database engine, but at the minimum tables with indexes and foreign keys are listed
For popular databases we list user-defined types, tables, indexes, foreign keys, views, functions, procedures, and triggers.
High performance - the whole database is usually documented in mere seconds
Most objects include a full DDL script
Standalone HTML files generated for easy upload to your intranet servers